“No one has ever been forced to take transformation if they didn’t want it. You see, the the problem is simply to discover why you don’t want it and then to make the necessary correction.”—Dr. Rex
I know this will be taken wrong but…
…Oh, I have always been a Sofia Vergara fan!
Is the USC, Josh Shaw deal really that big of a deal? Maybe I’m missing something (I know they are talking about a burglary and has now admitted he lied.), but can’t the powers in the media just get back to Johnny Football, Michael Sam, and the Redskins name change?
Both USC and UCLA football players have done far worse with less attention. Then again the Trojans did have that tennis player a decade ago who used the phone in the athletic office to call home in Europe. Now that is a serious lack of institutional control.
Former Verbum Dei standout Reggie Dunn was released by the Arizona Cardinals on Monday. Dunn rushed for 97 yards, rushed for a touchdown, and caught three passes, one for a touchdown, in the Eagles, 32-10, 2006 title game victory over La Salle. He played three years for Utah before going undrafted in 2013.
Note to Peterson and Barker: How do you like Dee Gordon now?
Note to Fans: Reminder, Rosemead is playing Northview on Thursday and the game is being played at San Dimas High School.
Note to Burbank Staff: Now that’s you experienced Sharkey’s on Glenoaks…I’ll expect my thank you in the form of some tri tip. Thank you very much.
I learned and have a long memory about what happens when I pick against Arroyo…It’s not about getting cursed at by “His Arroyo Baldness”, he’ll curse me after a win, before a loss, and when picking post season all star teams. I’m used to it.
What happens when I pick against Arroyo is they generally stick it to me and end up winning. So I’m hesitant to say this but I think they’re going to get blown out at San Marino Friday night and I think it is foolish to just say they are going to win another Mission Valley League title.
…But I’ve bet against them before and I ended up looking foolish. This goes back before the Jim Singiser days, when I picked them to lose to El Monte in Week Ten of 2001 season. They not only beat El Monte, 17-0, they did it with a quarterback who did not wear number 10, and I had to interview D.J. “Please to meet you, hope you guess my name” MacKinnon after the game.
Former San Gabriel HC Keith Jones, the OC on Rick Zepeda’s staff at St. Paul has stepped away due to a health condition. Former San Gabriel DC Donald Bernard, also a member of the Swordsmen staff, will step into the position for now.
I’ve argued St. Paul might be a better fit in the South Catholic League these days as they do have to knock heads with the rest of the Angelus League. Like Arcadia in the Pacific, this might be a good team that gets squashed not because they are lousy but because the league they are in so good.
Quarterback Jake Maier has a gun for an arm and is experienced. He’s got a hands-man in Ryan Rendich. Developing story of interest is tackle Michael Bautista. The junior goes 6’4-320 and if he has a motor the Swordsmen might find some success after going 1-9 in 2013.
Want something else to keep an eye on? Try the Ontario Jaguars. No they are not going to win the Mt. Baldy League. They went 1-9 in 2013 and have changed head coaches. So what is there to watch? The Jaguars (that’s a fresh team name) face Gary, Bloomington and Nogales the first three weeks of the season. The schools went a combined 5-25 last year.
Ontario, with a lot of beef in the trenches (Yoshi Urrutia, Travis Duran, Casey Zendejas, Tyler Baeza), could start off 3-0. So keep them in view.
Last Add Arroyo-San Marino: These two schools have split six contests, but they have not met since October 8th, 1965. That’s right. San Marino has regularly played Rosemead, Rosemead has regularly played Temple City, and Temple City has regularly played Arroyo…but the Knights and Titans have not met in 49 years.
Now on that night San Marino’s Geff Clinton scored two touchdowns and Rich Haley added a third in a 21-7 victory at home. Haley would leave with a serious knee injury late in the second quarter. Arroyo’s lone score came in the first quarter on a 53-yard touchdown pass from Pete Nielsen to John Granados.
In regards to concussions: “(Roger) Goodell Takes Over FIFA-Does Away With Headers-“Safety Our #1 Concern!”—Dennis Miller
In regards to Matt Kemp: Kind of glad the Dodgers didn’t trade him.
In regards to San Dimas: Have they renamed it Zernickow Stadium or Z-Field yet?
In regards to Rosemead-Northview: I like the junior quarterback (Steven Nava) to get the win over the freshman quarterback (Steven Comstock).
In regards to cursing: You ever notice football coaches and players drop a lot of f-bombs?
The Dude abides…
Psalms 56: 3-4
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